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2009 | 5 | 107-118
Article title

Organizacyjne funkcje plotki i pogłoski

Title variants
EN
Organizational Functions of Gossip and Rumor
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
Wyjaśniano pojęcia plotki i pogłoski z uwzględnieniem różnic występujących pomiędzy nimi. Omówiono funkcje pogłoski i plotki jakie pełnią wewnątrz organizacji. Wyjaśniono także wpływ plotki i pogłoski na sytuację organizacyjną, której one dotyczą. Do funkcji pogłoski należy m.in. redukcja niepewności, natomiast do funkcji plotki należą: funkcja informacyjna, kontroli społecznej, budowania więzi oraz rozrywkowa.
EN
There is pervasive need to explain and differentiate the phenomena of gossiping and rumor mongering in organizations. There are actually many misunderstandings concerning gossip and rumor. The mail goal of this article is to introduce to polish readers differences between gossip and rumors ' organizational character and describe functions that stand behind gossip and emotional and cognitive reasons that lead to rumor mongering in context of organization. (original abstract)
Year
Issue
5
Pages
107-118
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Contributors
  • Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomii i Informatyki w Krakowie
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